Your company has internet-accessible technology. Domain names, subdomains,
IP address, servers, web pages– things that anyone can access on the
internet. We discover every little bit of that for you. We inventory it, and
keep that inventory updated.
Bit Discovery makes it easy. We illuminate every little bit of the internet
so that our customers are aware of all of the internet-accessible tech they
own. Using snapshots of the internet, we organize massive amounts of
information and distill it down into a simple and elegant inventory system.
The Bit Discovery solution was created for busy people, by busy people. Time
is everyone’s most precious resource, so we work as efficiently for our
customers as we do for ourselves.
Creating and maintaining an inventory of your known internet-accessible tech
is an essential utility. Bit Discovery’s inventory system is an
indispensable solution. Awareness of unknown or unauthorized hosts is a
first step in addressing what could be a critical business issue.
Maintaining the security and efficiency of your business requires keeping
track of the internet-accessible tech you own, formerly a 24/7 job. Bit
Discovery keeps discovering even when you can’t, bringing immediate alerts
if anything in your inventory changes. When you arrive to take a look,
everything you need to know about the website is there waiting for you.
Chief Executive Officer
Jeremiah Grossman's career spans a literal lifetime of
approximately 20 years in information security, during which he
has become one of the industry's biggest names. In that time, he
has been publicly thanked by Microsoft, Mozilla, Google,
Facebook, a variety of Fortune 500 companies, and many others
for privately informing them of weaknesses in their systems and
relieving many of their information security woes. This
experience and access have given Jeremiah unique insight into
some of the day to day struggles of today's dynamic online
business world. Internet asset management was a common challenge
with no good solution in sight. The demand for Bit Discovery has
been growing as fast as the Internet, and Jeremiah heeded the
call. Jeremiah Grossman has also founded WhiteHat Security, is a
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, published author, influential
blogger, and off-road race car driver.
Chief Technology Officer
Robert "RSnake" Hansen is the data-whisperer who brings all of
Bit Discovery’s “bits” together. Another information security
lifer, Mr. Hansen started his career at eBay, where he was
responsible for authentication as well as most anti-fraud
systems and anti-phishing technologies. Since then, Robert has
worked in nearly every bit of web application security for many
of the world’s largest organizations, including over 2,100
banks, credit card processors, flight control systems, SCADA
(water and power) control systems, and other security companies.
It is safe to say that nearly no one knows the Internet as well
as he. In his spare time, Robert is a frequent keynote speaker
and is on the speaker selection committee for Black Hat and Hack
in the Box.
Chief of Operations
Heather Konold is an operational Swiss Army Knife. Is there any
area of business she hasn’t optimized? Ms. Konold brings over 20
years of experience coordinating with executive teams on
administration, operations, accounting, and human resources.
Heather specializes in guiding executive teams to operationalize
and streamline company management. She has created policy,
processes, and practices that have driven efficiencies for
organizations from start-up to those boasting over $15 million
in sales. Heather brings this wealth of experience accrued in
fields of information security, construction, and biotech to web
asset discovery as our Chief of Operations at Bit Discovery. A
piece of cake compared to the volunteer work she does in her
personal life — wrangling teenagers as a girl’s volleyball
Sr Director of Sales
Cat herder, caffeine enthusiast, and sales plate spinner. Kyle
keeps the sales organization spinning while adding new plates
every day. Kyle’s been selling since his teens but sharpened his
teeth as an AE for Konica Minolta. His passion into Information
security began at WhiteHat Security, where Kyle assisted
customers throughout the Central United States in starting a
next generation App Sec program. Holding roles in Threat
Intelligence and the IT Operations space, Kyle is excited to
share his experiences with BitDiscovery clients. Kyle’s
accounted for over 30M in annual recurring revenue, consistently
overachieving sales projections. Outside of InfoSec, Kyle plays
and coaches lacrosse, basketball and snowboarding. He also
avoids drowning while attempting to surf places he has no
business being. Kyle's discovered a new addiction to Brazilian
Jiu-Jitsu which appears to have taken over the YouTube channel
on the Kephart’s TV.
Chief Product Officer
Confectioner, magician, professional hacker, radio show host,
software engineer, barista, live crab salesman — you may even
recognize him sitting in Central Perk on the show, Friends. Lex
has lived many lives, but in this one, he’s the Bit Discovery
Chief Product Officer. Facebook alumni, Lex spent years as a User
Interface Engineer for the social media giant. He engineered the
Facebook homepage, their registration system, New User
Experience flow, numerous UI components and co-invented Facebook
Live. Today, over a billion people use the UI components he’s
engineered, and nearly 2 billion new Facebook users have gone
through the flows that Mr. Arquette has single-handedly built.
Prior to his gig at Facebook, Lex created the first web-based
drag and drop website builder, and co-founded WhiteHat Security.
Lex holds several patents relating to social networking and web
application security and lives deep in a jungle on the tropical
island of Maui.
A lifelong obsession with technology in all its forms can give
one quite an edge. Bit Discovery has put this advantage to use
with Llana Grossman at the helm of Product Management. Mrs.
Grossman began her career as a content producer for software
behemoths Apple, Electronic Arts, and others. In a bold
lifestyle change, Llana pivoted from employee to entrepreneur,
leading her to co-found WhiteHat Security, and manage several
private projects with Lex Arquette and Jeremiah Grossman. Bit
Discovery is one of the fruits of Mrs. Grossman's labor since
its conception. In her "spare" time, Llana is a homeschooler,
childhood education enthusiast, and social media marketing
hobbyist with several of her pages and groups boasting minimums
of 50,000 active users.